I’m a big fan of Google’s new animated gif search. I’m not sure if it will replace the animated gif search but I’m very happy to see the evolution of the site. They have a lot of great content this week, and I’m hoping that my favorite cartoon will soon be featured on the site.
They haven’t announced it yet, but they’re making some nice changes with the current animated gif search. Previously it only featured the most popular cartoon, or ones that have the most images. Now, however, it is now showing you recent searches, and also if you’ve been on the site recently. You can also sort by a number, which gives you a list of recent searches sorted by how many times someone has searched for the cartoon or image.
It’s also worth noting that this new feature is not limited to just the animated gif search. You can now use it to search any image, whether it be a video, a photo, or a gif. The funny thing is that I’ve been able to search all three on my phone, but it only features a handful of recent searches, and the newest one isnt on there. This is a great feature to use, I would say.
The animation gif search is a new feature. You can search by using your phone’s screen to scroll through the results. It is also available on the web version of google.com, which is a separate search result which lets you search by the name of the animated gif in question.
If you search for “animated gif” you will see a result of both animated gifs and gifs of animated gifs. For example, “animated gif #1” will result in a gif of animated gif #1 and “animated gif #2” will result in gif of animated gif #2. Both result in an animated gif search.
It’s interesting that both gif of animated gif 2 and animated gif 3 are animated gifs, and yet it is the second animated gif that comes up first. It is the animated gif that has a slightly wider scope than the others. It is the animated gif with the wide scope that came first. The animated gif with the narrow scope is the animated gif that came first. That explains why you see the animated gif with the wide scope first and why animated gif 1 comes first.
How does Google know that the animated gif with the wide scope was the one with the widest scope? Because the animated gif with the wide scope is the animated gif that had the widest scope. But if animated gif 2 were animated gif 3, animated gif 3 would have the narrow scope, not animated gif 2.
So why doesn’t animated gif 3 come first? Well, because the animation was the only thing on google that was on wide scope, which means what comes first would be the animation of the animated gif that was on narrow scope. So the animated gif with the wide scope would have the widest scope. But animated gif 2 is also on wide scope, so animated gif 2 is going to come first, not animated gif 3.
The animation of animated gif 3 is much wider, so that animated gif 3 comes last. But animated gif 2 is still on narrow scope, so animated gif 2 is going to come first, not animated gif 3.
We’re about to start getting into a time loop with the last 3 animation, but we’re still a long way from the last 3 animation which has the widest scope. If I remember correctly we have the time loop going into the same place with animation for animated gif 2, animated gif 3, animated gif 4, and animated gif 3.